Gallatin Castle (aka Castle Boyle), Gallatin, Tennessee is a hilltop, castle-esque residence built for serial entrepreneurs Ron and Linda Boyle (click here for Gallatin News Examiner's article about the couple and their castle).
As with many owners of American castles, the Boyles were inspired by the architecture seen on their numerous travels across Europe and the world. They were particularly influenced by Neuschwanstein castle in Germany and decided to purchase land in Gallatin on which to create their own castle. Reportedly covering 12,000 sq ft, the landmark property has a number of spires, towers and castellations.
For more photos of this castle on Houzz, click here.
Gallatin Castle is a Private Residence.
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